Lindsay Clarke is the Senior Vice President of Health Education and Advocacy at the Alliance for Aging Research. As Senior Vice President, Lindsay oversees the Alliance’s educational and advocacy initiatives and campaigns that focus on diseases and conditions that disproportionately impact older Americans. Lindsay produces a wide variety of resources including brochures, films, websites, tip sheets, workshops, surveys, and traditional and social media campaigns that educate and empower patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals. Lindsay also works closely with the Alliance’s public policy team on issues of access, research, and awareness. Additionally, as a member of the Alliance’s senior team, Lindsay is closely involved in the strategic planning and execution of the Alliance’s mission and goals.
Prior to joining the Alliance more than 15 years ago, Lindsay was an attorney in Chicago and worked for Chicago-Kent College of Law as director of institutional projects. In that capacity she oversaw projects related to the institutional progress of the school, conducted extensive research and legal analysis, and produced key reports and proposals.
Lindsay holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan, with a concentration in biology; and a Juris Doctor degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law.